Last updated 19 days ago
Sushi is a unique and tasty meal, and if you make the right choices when ordering sushi, then sushi can also be a low-calorie, healthy option. As you’ll learn in this video, there are a few simple tips to keep in mind when choosing from the different types of sushi roles. These tips will ensure that you choose the healthiest sushi role possible.
First, avoid fried rolls or anything battered, as this adds fat to the sushi. Second, you should pass on many of the ingredients that are popular in American sushi, such as spicy mayonnaise. Sashimi, which are plain slices of raw fish, are your best bet if you’re watching your weight. Finally, choose low-sodium soy sauce and avoid using too much wasabi or pickled ginger, as these ingredients often have added salt.
For fresh sushi made with seasonal fish selected daily by our sushi chefs, come to Mizuumi Buffet. We also offer seafood and tappanyaki to please anyone’s appetite. To learn more, call (510) 400-8469.
Last updated 27 days ago
Sushi can be filled with virtually any type of fish under the sun, but one of the most popular Japanese options is unagi, or freshwater eel. Unagi is so popular in Japan that specialty restaurants serving only eel in one form or another are quite common. No mater what its application, unagi is always cooked and, in Japan, dipped in a sweet brown sauce. From there, the serving possibilities are endless. Examples include unadon, which consists of marinated and grilled unagi atop a bed of rice; and unakyu, which is a type of sushi with marinated unagi and cucumber. Beyond its delicate flavor, unagi is a good source of protein, calcium, and vitamin A.
All of the seafood we serve at Mizuumi Buffet of Union City is at its peak of freshness, and delicately seasoned to allow the natural flavor of the fish to shine. Call us today at (510) 400-8469 if you have any questions about what we offer.
Last updated 1 month ago
Chocolate fountains are the perfect centerpieces for any party, as they are just as fun as they are delicious. However, a bit of planning needs to go into setting up one in your home, as they can easily end up leaving a mess.
This video from HGTV provides an overview of chocolate fountains. You will see that they are relatively simple to set up and use, as well as find out how to use them without turning your kitchen into a sticky mess.
Consider hosting your next party at Mizuumi Buffet in Union City, where we feature a gourmet chocolate fountain with marshmallows and fresh fruit—and no mess in your kitchen! Call us at (510) 400-8469 to set up a reservation.